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Conservation International Produces Free Educational Videos

Conservation International recently produced several short conservation films focused on marine animals. The videos range from 3-15 minutes and highlight climate change and conservation issues. The educational videos are available for free and public distribution. To watch “What If You Were Born A Shark?” and more Conservation International videos, click here.

Conservation International Produces Free Educational Videos

Conservation International recently produced several short conservation films focused on marine animals. The videos range from 3-15 minutes and highlight climate change and conservation issues. The educational videos are available for free and public distribution. To watch “What If You Were Born A Shark?” and more Conservation International videos, click here.

Job Opening – Marine Animal Care/Lab Tech

The University of New England Marine Animal Rehabilitation Center (UNE/MARC) is seeking a qualified team orientated candidate to fill a one-year grant funded Animal Care /Laboratory Technician position. The position has the potential for renewal beyond the first year provided that funds are procured through outside sources. The successful applicant will have a direct role in day-to-day animal care, helping train and oversee volunteers and take a lead role in conducting necropsies, assisting staff with ongoing research, and maintaining, repairing and upgrading closed sea water systems. For general information on the MARC facility, go to UNE’s website. Applications should include a cover letter and resume and be submitted to http://www.careers@une.edu. No phone calls. Review of the applications will begin on October 1, and continue until the position is filled.